HEADLAND, Ala. (WDHN) — Four days after the death of their daughter, a Headland family is asking for help from the Wiregrass.
Chloee Clevenger was a junior at the Headland High school until she died last Sunday in a single-vehicle crash. According to her family, Chloee was said a happy teenager who enjoyed doing her makeup and taking selfies.
“Chloee was a very loving girl, very happy, very much a 16-year-old girl. She loved music and her phone and loved to cook,” said Donna Clevenger, Chloee’s mom.
However, with the costs of her funeral and their father’s chemotherapy treatments, they are now facing a substantial financial burden. Also, the Clevenger family has opened their home to nine adopted children, giving each one of those kids a forever home.
“We went to the funeral home, and it’s getting close for the burial expense being paid for, but anything over the burial expense will go to the family,” family friend Judy Walding said. “They are in dire need of funds right now. Mr.Clevenger is facing terminal cancer; they have been fighting this for over a year.”
If you want to help this family, you can send donations to P.O. Box 205, Headland, AL 36345.